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Dress Smartly to Create Perfect Waist

Here's a list of clothes you need to give an illusion of flawless waist, reports dailymail.co.uk:

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Working on your fitness regime is one way to get the waist you always desired. For a quick solution, check your wardrobe and pull out big belts, peplum tops and more.

Here’s a list of clothes you need to give an illusion of flawless waist, reports dailymail.co.uk:

* Knee-length figure-hugging dresses will create the impression the wearer is smaller waisted and curvier hipped than she really is. Floral detail on the dress will make the waist appear much smaller.

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* The contrast of tight-fitting top and full-flowing skirt will also give you the waist you’ve always dreamt of. Wear a statement necklace with it.

* Top and skirt in clashing prints look a little odd when not worn, but together they somehow work when you slip into it. The long polka-dot skirt is surprisingly slimming, as is the top.

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* Peplum top gives that elusive waist when worn with a pair fo trousers. A wide belt on top of that will further work in your favour, while the flare of the peplum will skim the top of your hips. (Bollywood Country)

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Women with larger waistline are at higher risk of anxiety

Anxiety is a concern because it is linked to heart disease, diabetes, thyroid problems, respiratory disorders, and drug abuse, among other documented medical problems

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  • Women with larger waistlines are more prone to anxiety
  •  The reason is said to be hormones
  • Larger waist can cause both obesity and anxiety

Ladies, take note.

If you are middle-aged with some extra kilos you may have an increased chance of developing anxiety, a new study has warned.

The study found that women in the middle and upper thirds of waist-to-height ratios were significantly more likely to have anxiety, and those in the upper third were more likely to actually display signs of anxiety compared with women in the lower two-thirds.

Waist-to-height ratio matters a lot in determining anxiety level.
Waist-to-height ratio matters a lot in determining anxiety level.

“Hormone changes may be involved in the development of both anxiety and abdominal obesity because of their roles in the brain as well as in fat distribution,” said JoAnn Pinkerton, Executive Director at the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) — a US-based non-profit organisation.

“This study provides valuable insights for healthcare providers treating middle-aged women, because it implies that waist-to-height ratio could be a good marker for evaluating patients for anxiety,” Pinkerton added. For the study, published in the Menopause: The Journal of the North American Menopause Society, researchers analysed data from more than 5,580 middle-aged Latin American women.

The cause-and-effect relationship was flipped to determine whether greater abdominal fat (defined as waist-to-height ratio in this instance) could increase a woman’s chances of developing anxiety.

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Although this is not the first time this relationship has been examined, this study is the first of its kind known to use waist-to-height ratio as the specific link to anxiety, the researchers said.

Waist-to-height ratio has been shown to be the indicator that best assesses cardiometabolic risk. A general guideline is that a woman is considered obese if her waist measures more than half of her height.

Anxiety is harmful because of various health concerns it can cause. Pixabay
Anxiety is harmful because of various health concerns it can cause. Pixabay

The findings suggested that 58 percent of the study population were postmenopausal, and 61.3 percent reported experiencing anxiety. Anxiety is a concern because it is linked to heart disease, diabetes, thyroid problems, respiratory disorders, and drug abuse, among other documented medical problems, the researchers mentioned.

Research has shown that an increase in the frequency of anxiety in women during midlife, likely as a result of decreased levels of estrogen, which has a neuroprotective role. IANS